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productos que cosecha. >>> para todos a 26° y l producciÓn es una perdida, porque el ro ducto que se nos hecha a perder y esperamos que el clima se mejore.>>> aunque su producciÓn en la mayorÍa es de vegetales la una mÍnima parte de citricos estÁ preocupado. >>> ya se echÓ a perder productos bastante, porque lo quemÓ el hielo, hasta hoy habÍa sido un buen aÑo con ventas de 30 millones de dÓlares en este momento hay fruta valorada en mil mro ne millones en Árboles. >>> echando les agua, es hasta Única soluciÓn de mantener un poco pero hay productos que no se pueden salvar producto que Íi aguantan el frÍo, pero hay productos que se hecha a perder. tiene que recuperar del bolsillo de nosotros. >>> los productores del estado perdieron 60% de cosechas por heladas en 1998 el 85% y en 1990 la perdida por una ola de frÍo, en otras partes del paÍs el problema inundaciones porque se han registrado lluvias y vientos desde louisiana hasta nueva york para este y un par de noches mÁs se pro nos ti k temperaturas en punto de congelaciÓn, para mediado de la semana entrante se espera un
happy. [ female announcer ] the gold standard in anti-aging. roretinol. found in roretinol correxion deep wrinkle night cream. it's clinically proven to give 10 years back to the look of skin. now for maximum results... the power of roc® retinol is intensified with a serum to create retinol correxion® max. it's proven to be 4x better at smoothing lines and deep wrinkles than professional treatments. new roc® retinol correxion® max. nothing's better than gold. >>> it's estimated that 25,000 african elephants are killed every year by poachers for their ivory tusks. as a result, hundreds of elephants are left orphaned. we're introduced to a woman in kenya who's devoted her life to helping them. >> reporter: these orphaned elephants are getting a second chance at life. thanks to their foster mother named daphne sheldrick. >> we try to replicate what that baby elephant would have in the world. the most important thing being a family. >> reporter: sheldrick has lived among elephants nearly 60 years and started the orphanage in the 1970s when killing the elephants for their tu
's world. >> ros let'start with number one. emerging markets or formerly emerging markets. >> you know the fun my thing, if you think about 2013, it is kind of the first post financial crisis year, we have had four years where all of the risks that people have been concerned about, involved advanced industrial democracy, will we have a double dip recession, are we going to have the debt armageddon crisis or physical cliff, is euro going to explode, so many covers of the euro bursting into flames. >> is japan going to get washington, d.c. into the sea or will this incredible debt burden just crush them? and the fact is that for the last four years, all of those risks, every single one has been overstated, overstated by people in the marketplace. emerging markets are actually much more unstable than that and yet. >> they are thought unstable. >> they are responsible to for two-third of the world's growth, about three quarte by e e of the decade, and yet these are countries that are much more volume tile, volatile and much more opaque. >> rose: let's talk about who they include, china, i
imposed on itself had already passed, but it did not cause any real harm because important ro financial markets remained closed on new year's day. automatic tax increases could have pushed u.s. back into economic recession -- pushed the u.s. back into economic recession. tax rates will go up for only those earning over $400,000. in herington is -- inheritances over $5 million will also be heavily taxed. president obama immediately left washington to rejoin his family in hawaii, but the next battle is already in view. in the next two months, congress will need to raise the debt limit to allow treasury to borrow more money and it must agree on spending cuts to reduce the deficit. >> for more analysis, we are joined by our washington correspondent. lawmakers have voted what many -- have averted what many believe would have been an economic disaster. what is the public reaction? >> i think the vast majority of americans would like to see a little bit less trauma and maybe a little more willingness to compromise on a bipartisan -- drama and maybe a little more willing this to compromise on a
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at the consumer electronics show. that's a ro big leaders in the industry have held, people like bill gates and steve jobs and people like that. what do you have to do-- what is it that you want to explain and say to these people who know a lot about technology at this moment in time? >> i really want to project where the future's going to go because we need people in the consumer electronics industry to work with us to fulfill this vision of the phone wandering through space and talking to all of these different devices around you. so we're going to talk to them about things like where is mobile computing going? where are smart phones going? how are we going it deal with this data demand that's so hume and so forth? and this notion they talked about, this digital sixth sense, the notion that you'll add an extra sense to your perception of the world around you which is the perception of electronic cyberspace, things associate with the world that's around you, and that goes along with all the stuff we've been talking about, whether things in the environment, things on your body, things in yo
the k ro, would dough do it also? if they were honest, they would be first. melissa: those are the y customers. >> exactly. melissa: i was listening to all the reports about this today,toa and they said there's a good chance that as eyeballs would wu explode in the hd, th hisat h face, the mask was freezing, and so, you know, they wre pretty su sure that he was going to go g intohe death spiral, all this good pr? these things happening,th staming live, watching thistr happenea to someone is good pr e red bull? >> think about every kid on a skateboard out there. his eyes were going to explode -- melissa: from the pressure. >> dude, dude, did you see that red bull guy? his eyes blew up. 8 million would have been nothing. it was a win-win, a brilliant masterful stroke. could be the best stunt of allf time for the time being. melissa: these people who want to watch eyeball explode, and, t youo know, no phased by the guy potentially dying, they are smart enough to have a job and collect money to buy a product? >> of course they are. red bull sells $4.2 billion in r product a year. that do
complicity whatsoever. >> ros not only thatob gateand everybody that i have talked to, former secretary of defense and i asked a number of high level americans say i know of no evidence of complicity at the highest level. but they suspect there may be some complicity at the lower levels, in the middle levels. >> there has to be people on the ground who were supporting his presence. >> rose: exactly. >> right. >> rose: he could not have done that. >> were those people in any way connected at the lower level also then any entities is are what needed to be found and that is the job the commission was given. >> rose: when that raid came, and that invasion of pakistani sovereignty. >> yes. >> rose: there was an immediate, and you can characterize it, response which was -- >> which was-- . >> rose: what was the response. i mean everybody in pakistan, all the leadership in pakistan, you know, principle culted-- insulted, embarrassed, what else, angry. >> uh-huh, you see, and why not, okay. this is a country which has been a partner against international terrorism for the last ten years. this i
, parole officers, d.e.a. agents, fbi, secret service, ro rockland county have a large number of law enforcement in rockland county and home owners, store owners. >> greta: have you spoken to anyone at the newspaper? >> they did call me to ask me to explain to them exactly what was transpiring with our corrections officers, as they indicated you can't just pick out somebody's name and find them. that's not the way it's working, they are he going to the phone and calling home, gang members, friends, identifying the names and going through the maps on their own and searching out where the officers might live. and top of that, we have almost 8,000 active and retired new york city police officers that live in rockland county, all-- >> did you get-- i'm sorry, go ahead, sir. >> all of these people have done law abiding things and all of them have enforced the laws of the state of new york and upheld the constitution and now they or their families are at risk. >> do you have a sense they called they genuinely want to find out what's wrong or they're looking for another story and trying to
beat their 10-year lipper average. t. ro pce. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to readnd consider carefully before investing. melissa: time for spay change. this is my favorite part of the show. money version of the lightning round of watercooler topics. how about that? this is fun from with our very own sandra smith and david asman. thanks to both of you. watch this. you will never believe this video. they are thieves on motorcycles, inside a london mall. six men, drove into the mall with actions and bats! you can see one of them waving an axe around. this isn't a movie. this is real. they robbed a jewelry store. they made off with hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of watches, that is like one eric bolling watch. like cart at this eyes. >> that is true. melissa: police found the motorcycles at a nearby golf course within an hour but they're still looking for suspects. can you believe this. >> this is the weirdest part. they drove to a golf course melissa: yeah.otorcycles. >> good thing nobody
's time has expired. for what purpose does the gentlelady from florida seek recognition? ms. ros-lehtinen: mr. speaker, i ask unanimous consent to take from the speaker's table the bill h.r. 1464, with the senate amendments thereto, and concur in the senate amendment. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the title of the bill. the clerk: h.r. 14864, an act to develop a strategy for assisting stateless children for north korea and for other purposes. senate amendments. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, the reading is disposed with. is there objection to the original request of the -- the gentlelady from florida? without objection, the senate amendments are agreed to and the motion to reconsider is laid upon the table. without objection, the title is amended. the gentlelady from florida. ms. ros-lehtinen: mr. speaker, i send to the desk a privileged concurrent resolution and ask for its immediate consideration in the house. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the title of the concurrent resolution. the clerk: house concurrent resolution 147, resolved,
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. >> here we had a young man who fell ro mantically, deeply in love. >> did he say that? >> reporte . >> i asked him straight up, was this a romantic relationship with you? and he said yes. i said, are you, therefore, gay? and he said, well, when you put it that way, yes. and then he caught himself and said, i am confused. >> reporter: te'o believed the voice on the line was his lennay. >> i love you so much, hon. >> doesn't that sound like a girl? >> but ronaiah tuiasosopo insisted the voice was his and that the relationships on both sides around a fatally fake core had to end. >> there was a time when te'o and lennay broke up, but something would bring them back together, something going on in their life, therefore, my life. >> reporter: a life interrupted by a cruel hoax. >> i think this guy sounds extremely confused. >>> we want to get a check of the weather now from mr. roker. >> thanks so much , guys. we have kids here from the guardian school in manhattan. do you guys go to school after this? >> yes. >> you're a good-looking group. i like it. catholic schools raising the standard. i
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